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Old 09-20-2020, 08:38 PM   #21
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Old 09-20-2020, 08:41 PM   #22
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The Gallopin Gerties did a 100 mile tour with a picnic in the middle. Saw some nice country roads I’ve never been on before. There were seven or eight model A’s a new tbird and a modern car. I put about 130+ miles on.
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The Worcester County Model A Club ran a tour to the Quabbin Reservoir and the Hardwick Winery. 16 A's, 1 "modern" '49 Ford and more than 30 participants. We enjoyed a socially distanced picnic at the Quabbin and adult beverages (and more food) at the winery. Gorgeous weather, wonderful day.
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The Blue Ridge Model A club (located in southwest Virginia) did a drive by parade at an assisted living facility to visit a long time club member on the 20th. We had 11 Model As, 1 motorcycle, and 1 modern car. It was great to see the cars and folks again, even if the folks were wearing masks.


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Old 09-23-2020, 02:06 PM   #26
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Attached is a collage of some of what showed up for our Car Show in honor of International Model A Day. There were a couple more I didn't get pictures of.
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Old 09-23-2020, 07:33 PM   #27
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The Sullivan Trails Model A club from NYS, took a 70 mile tour to Cowanesque Lake in Pennsylvania, had a picnic (socially distanced) followed by Ice Cream. It was a great day to drive the cars and all had fun. We are looking at scheduling a final tour to see the fall colors maybe Oct 10 or 17.
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Old 09-28-2020, 02:28 AM   #28
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Mid Island Model A Club From Wanganui NZ celebrated International Model A Day yesterday. We traveled from Wanganui to Marton on back roads, 30% of them unsealed, ( roads A's were made for) for lunch at the Club Hotel. Here we met up with Model A's from the Manawatu. After lunch visited Marton Historical Museum and a private bottle colection.
Attending were:- 1 1930 Coupe, 2 1930 Roadsters, 2 1930 Phaetons, 2 1930 Tudors, 1 1930 Tudor Delivery, 1 1929 Tudor, 1 1929 Roadster Pickup, 2 1928 Roadster Pickups, 1 1929 Fordor Sedan, 1 1928 Phaeton, 1 1930 Fordor Sedan, 1 1928 Blind Back Fordor Sedan and 2 1930 cut down sedan pickup trucks. 18 cars in all.
Had a rough trip home ran into a storm, pissing down with rain, and my wiper arm broke. Followed the white line most of the way home. A great day Roadster ran well.
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